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The Jambar : September 13, 2005

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dc.identifier.citation Vol. 88 No. 13 en_US
dc.description.abstract YSU Provost Robert K. Herbert announced that students who were enrolled in one of the universities impacted by the hurricane could attend YSU for free for the fall semester. Student Government Association focuses their meeting on technology and Wi-Fi. YSU will begin budgeting funds to pay for more than $9 million in raises and benefits each employee unit will receive over the next three years. U.S. Rep. Tim Ryan, D-Liberty, presented Youngstown State University with a check for $4.1 million which university President David Sweet said was the largest allocation for an Ohio university and the largest in YSU history. A Jambar reporter gives insight into the YSU ACE and YSU-OEA strike comparing it to Star Wars. YSU is closer to receiving campus-wide wireless Internet. en_US
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dc.title The Jambar : September 13, 2005 en_US
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